Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 25, 1952 · Page 5
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June 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NOtTHWIST MKANSAI ArkmMi Werfneee1»y. Jww IS, 1M Springdale State Garden Club Members Close Two-Day Session Mrs. Robert Harme? of n?nr Sprlngriale entertained the EXCC-U-. Uve Committee of the Raptist · Womens Missionary Society Tres; day afternonn at 2:30. Mrs. Lewis : Epley, president, prerirted over the meeting and brought tin? dc-vn-' tional. Reports were heard f r o m ' , the circle chairmen and other com- Benlonvitle Apartment GOP Nominees House Damaged By Fire j To Have Cash For Campaign Rr-ntonville - I S p f T i n l ) - The IVnlonville Fire Dcpartinriit answered tv:o f a l l s Monday and yesterday. A firo of u n k n o w n origin Rostnn-f/Pl-Sinclair Weeks, na- More lhan 100 Garden huikc ..ut in the b^omem n[ the linnal "nance chairman of Club park Springs Apartments about 4 ; Republican party, said today roittee chairmen. At the close of members from all parts of the state p . nli j| 0 nday, and a power lawn Mrs. D. O. Smith, Mrs. Bill Bailey, Mrs. Harry Croft, Mrs, Byars, Mrs. rs. arry r o , rs. vnrs, rs. . ,, . , . ,· , - - wer.k: * Robert Harris Mrs Erilcy Mrs la!ks a n d saw Demonstrations by Apartments was confined to the "ecus. A W. T. Pitts. ' Jr.,' Mrs 'Gcorg" University experts in the fieH of basement ccilins and electrical; "'°" ils * n ' mironsrs--more t h a n ever before in history. Weeks, ; GOP nominees of the Chicago the meeting refreshments v.-eru closed a two-day short course at m o w e r being used at the olcmi-n- convention will have about a mil- served to the follnwine.: Mrs. the University today. t a r v school l j u i l d i n j caught fire "ion rlollars on h a n t l fnr campaign F.rank. Sharp, Mrs. W. C. Hadcn, i -j^e m e m b e r s , represenlins around 9 a. m. yesterday. about 5(1 different clubs, h e a r d ' Dama-e at the Park Sprinss ic--!.,, .. fonvcntinn delegate ns nember of the N a t i o n a l Harner, by the hostess. """; horticulture. At the f i n a l session mrhi^'in We basement, accord- Committee, came out las! night Mrs. Scott Price was returned this afternoon, Dr. R. L. Bencher, i n 5 to Fire Chief Paul Potts. The · f n r r '~ m TM Eisenhower as the to her home on Meadow Street director ot the College of Asricul- i; rf i f| oor c ( ihe two-story brick ' n b v l n u s choice of the nepubli- Tuesday morning from the C i t y : ture soil testing laboratory, rtis- structure suffered considerable Hospital by a Callison-Sisco am- cussed "Snil Manascment for Or-: imnkn damage, but no official es- U Me n mb»rs of the Wesley M e t h - . n a m c n t a l Planli '" !limat " of t h _ d a m a 3 c wcre in '- odist Church and friends of t h e : Earlier in the day, visiting club mediately made. Rev. and Mrs. .fim Workman gave j members saw demonstrations in : _-_, e fire was delected by a len- a reception in their honor Tuesday | practical pruning and landscape ant. who discovered smoke com-. night at the church. A picnic s u p - j design by L. H. Burton, extension' j n g ' u p to the first floor from t h e ; " per was held on the lawn and a ; horticulturist. At last night's ses- basement. The Fire Department, _The normal h u m a n spine has ·sion, Dr. Dwijht Moore, profes-; worked about an hour before: ^ n r M vertebrae of which nine «ia i».i o T 11 n t M ' sra ' nf bolan - v . discussed - ' A r k a n - ! bringing the blaze under control.' o r i n a r e f«s"tf into two bones, W E Wines on Meadow Avenue ! sas W i l d Flowtlrs for Arkansas The power lawn mower at the I ^ c sacrum and coccyx. At tliec lose of the evening re-1 Gardens." | school building was completely freshments were served by t h e : At the opening sessions yestcr-1 destroyed. hostess. I day. Dr. H. R. Rosen, professor o f ; * ' The Lutheran Women's Mis- n l a n t p a t h o l n . v t a l k e d on "Keep- i Tvins of the same sex are far ! flonary League met Tuesday n i _ R h t ; n g nor . ? ,. j n ' Goort Health." and I more common than those of Gordon Barnes, extension ento- j opposite sex. ' l ' an iTM"TM- 11 convention. He urged i Spn ' " obr ' 1 A ' ^ '"-Ohio) to ' """ lhr- " c( frir the P r «!riential j nomination and support Eisen- \h nmr . Taft termed the suggestion aj "ridiculous " ' followed. · " the son tensen and Mrs. Robert B u h r k u h l . ! During At the close of the meeting re- j made ; freshments were served. j Building and other points of in- Mrs. H.'R. Rowe and children, I _ cres t around the campus. Billy and Judy, of Jonesboro are The mE , 0( i n g was sponsored by visiting Mrs. Bowes parents, Mr. , h c ,, f A g riculture and srth^s'pViUir 61 Wh ° "c GoneTM, Extension Service. S. .F. Clarkson of North Mill Agriculture Dean Lipppcrt S. tl- Street was taken to tlr: Citv n n . lis and Associate General Exten- lital Monday afternoon in a Cal- sion Director Carter A. Short made short talks of welcome. A TM d r e n n When ice melts t h e resulting the afternoon, the group ! -ter occupied less space than the tour of the Fine Arts ]co __ _______ EVERYTHING M nUMBINO ant SUPPtrB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVHNMENT AVI. pital : lison-Sisco ambulant Mrs. Johnny Rit-herds and son, Chuck, and daughter. Mrs. C!cn Casada and Fon, Dick'ie, all uf Santa Ana, Calif., spent the past ]fl days visiting Mrs. Richard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ar- i t h u r s , west of Springdale. They I al?o visited her skUcr, Mr?. H. C. I Arthurs, and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. ; Burnett, also of SprinRdale. ; Mr?. Chris Ahischede of Spring- · (inle has returned from Kirkwood, Mo., where she had been visiting · her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.'. and Mrs. Maurice Seligson and i daughter, Tina. I The Brotherhood of the First, Baptist Church met Tuesday a t ! 7:30 at the dining room of the ; church for dinner. The Rev. A. L. Lcake, Washington a n d ' Madison County missionary, was the guest ipeaker in the abscnc-a of Dr. Ed- r»r Williamson. Marvin Carter, president of the Brotherhood, was , i; L'narfie of the meeting. j Leonard Snyder, instructor a t . Oklahoma A. and M. College,! opened a course on writing Mon-1 day night at 7:30 at the lounge o f ; the First National Bank. The: course is being sponsored by t h e ; Springdale Pen Point Club. The- course will continue through Fri- | day night and is open to all persons interested in writing magazine articles. A fee will be charged. The Episcopal Women's Auxiliary met Thursday morning at 10:30 for an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Roy Bowman on Grove Street. A cooperative dinner was served at the noon hour. DOROTHY DIX - PONTINUED FROM PAGE FOU» what activities are current in town with which you can become associated--and from there on the path is clear. The principal point for you is It overcome the initial shyness, speak to people even though you must be the one to open the conversation, and don't be afraid. No one will bile yof, or criticize you, or penalize you for indicating a desire to make friends. But you re- a l l y cannot expect others to be cordial to you when they are convinced a rebuff is forthcoming Fnrre yourself to look at people when you meet them -- e v e n though t h e butterflies are f l u t t e r - ing in your interior. Best of luck, don't be discouraged, and keep at the business of being friend if you want to have one! Thn visiting group was headed by Mrs. Mildred Matthews of Hot Springs, president of the Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs. | '/ 2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bros. Locker Plnnt Less Than the Cost of Gas lor Driving! KANSAS CITY . 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